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TM 4-335 Coast Artillery Gunners Instruction, Antiaircraft Artillery, Expert Gunners 1942


Published April 28, 1942
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Chapter 1. General 1-2
Chapter 2. Motor transportation.
Section I. Principles of internal combustion engines 3-13
II. Inspection and maintenance of motor vehicles. 14-23
III. Shop practices ; supervision and instruction of mechanics 24-26
IV. Loads and their proper distribution 27
V. Training of drivers 28
VI. Convoy discipline, rules of the road, and road inspections 29-33
VII. March rules and discipline. 34-36
VIII. Records and reports, motor transportation 37
IX. Care, service, repair, and maintenance of motor vehicles in field 38-45
Chapter 3. Communication.
Section I. Systems of communication 46-49
II. Visual signaling — panels 50
III. Installation of field telephone system 51-53
IV. Location of faults ; tests for grounds and short circuits 54
V. Installation and operation of message centers ; encoding and decoding 55-56
VI. Linemen and telephone and switchboard operators 57
VII. Dissemination of alarms ; records and reports. 58-59
hapter 4. Observation and position finding.
Section I. Position-finding system _ 60
II. Position-finding apparatus 1 61-66
III. Observation and adjustment of fire 67-69
IV. Orientation — use of transit 70-72
V. Indication and identification of targets 73-77
VI. General duties of observers 78
VII. Operation of antiaircraft spotting set 79-85
VIII. Operation of meteorological section 86-89
Chapter 5. Antiaircraft gun firing section. Paragraphs
Section I. Gun and mount 90-94
II. Duties of members of firing section 95
III. Ammunition — basic 96-97
IV. Preparation for service practice 98-100
V. Pointing and firing 101-103
Chapter 6. Antiaircraft gun range section.
Section I. Duties of members of range section 104
II. Elementary gunnery 105-108
III. Records and reports; analysis of target practice 109
Chapter 7. Data transmission systems for guns 110-113
Chapter 8. Automatic weapons.
Section I. Machine guns 114—121
II. 37-mm guns 122-125
III. Duties of members of squad or section 126
IV. Selection of position and emplacement 127-128
V. Preparation for service practice 129-131
Chapter 9. Searchlights.
Section I. Searchlight apparatus 132-139
II. Troubles and remedies 140-144
III. Sound locator apparatus 145-149
IV. Tactical employment of searchlight section- 150-151
Chapter 10. General subjects.
Section I. Definitions and elementary principles for antiaircraft artillery 152-154
II. Organization of position or bivouac 155-158
III. Map reading 159-162
IV. Elementary principles of electricity, magnetism, and induction 163-164
V. Ammunition — advanced 165-166
Index 354
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Year 1942
Pages 375
Language English
Collection wwIIarchive; additional_collections


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